Political Correctness & Verbal EngineeringWords, terms and phrases are evolving and may mean different things to different people. With the development of political correctness (PC-speak) it can be difficult to grasp the real meaning behind the words. Verbal engineering can be used as a political tool to bring about social engineering.
Publishing ProblemsA human embryologist, of more than 25 years experience, wrote a rebuttal concerning biological errors published in National Review article written by a developmental biologist. After having his manuscript rejected out-of-hand by National Review he tried other scientific journals, magazines and newspapers. In all, he was rejected 18 times over three years before finally finding a publisher. He was also prevented from speaking about his experiences - in trying to be published - at a conference on "Peer Review".
Media BiasTwo of the most notable slogans by media guru Marshall McLuhan were "the medium is the message" and "all news is fake." Pulitzer-prize winner, David Shaw said, "It's not surprising that some abortion-rights activists would see journalists as their natural allies. Most major newspapers support abortion rights on their editorial pages, and two major media studies have shown that 80% to 90% of U.S. journalists personally favour abortion rights."
Media Bias Alive & WellTrusted magazine analyzes condoms, refers readers to Planned Parenthood to eliminate 'uterine contents'
Bias in reportingThe media are frequently accused of being 'liberal' and biased when reporting on morality issues.
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